YOUth take the LEAD

Project number: 2022-1-HU01-KA210-YOU-82195

Youth Exchange

March 23-30, 2024

Comandău, Romania

Intro:

Welcome to “YOUth Take the LEAD,” an international mobility project of GYEEK Club Szeged with the cooperation of Asociatia Sportiva MUSUBI Miercurea Ciuc, designed to empower young people to become active contributors to society through the promotion of active citizenship and increased youth participation. This initiative recognizes the crucial role that young individuals play in shaping the future and aims to provide them with the tools, knowledge, and experiences needed to take the lead in their communities.

Objectives:

  • Foster Active Citizenship:
    • Equip participants with an understanding of the concept of active citizenship.
    • Encourage a sense of responsibility towards community and society.
  • Enhance Youth Participation:
    • Develop skills and knowledge that enable young people to actively engage in civic life.
    • Explore various forms of participation, including social, cultural, and political involvement.
  • Promote Cross-Cultural Understanding:
    • Facilitate international mobility experiences to broaden perspectives and promote cultural exchange.
    • Encourage dialogue and collaboration among participants from diverse backgrounds.
  • Develop Leadership Skills:
    • Provide opportunities for participants to develop leadership qualities.
    • Empower young individuals to initiate positive change in their communities.
  • Create Sustainable Networks:
    • Foster long-lasting connections among participants and partner organizations.
    • Establish a network of young leaders committed to promoting active citizenship.

Description:

‘YOUth Take the Lead,’  project originates from a local-level need to involve a greater number of young people in organisational activities, especially in small and challenging contexts. Recognizing the effectiveness of small-scale projects in rural and marginalised areas, the project aims to address the lack of youth participation procedures in these communities. Emphasising a gradual involvement strategy, the project seeks to guide participants with less experience and overcome language barriers, ensuring comfort in expressing opinions. The project’s funding importance lies in addressing the actual needs of rural areas, where young people are seen as the driving force of innovation and future leadership. A local survey conducted by partner organisations highlights the community’s desire for increased youth activism, environmental awareness, and a scarcity of related activities. The project’s significance extends to both local and European levels, fostering community development and ensuring that these communities are not left behind in global transition processes.

Participating organisations and number of participants:

COUNTRYNUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
Hungary6
Romania8
Slovakia8
TOTAL22

Target Group of the Project:

The project is designed for:

  • Young People (18-30 years old):
    • Enthusiastic individuals eager to make a positive impact in their communities.
    • Those interested in developing leadership skills and promoting active citizenship.
    • Professionals working with young people, aiming to enhance their ability to guide and support youth initiatives.
    • Those committed to fostering a culture of active citizenship within their organisations.
    • Individuals representing local organisations or community groups interested in collaborating with young leaders.
    • Those dedicated to creating opportunities for youth participation in community development.

 

Join us on this exciting journey as we empower YOUth to take the lead in building a more active, engaged, and inclusive society!

Accomondation and Food:

Participants will stay in an accommodation at Comandău, Romania in 2-3 bedded rooms.

Each room has a private bathroom and toilet.

Bed linens are provided. Please bring your own towels.

Breakfasts, lunches, dinners  per day will be provided by the organisers.

Financial Conditions/ Reimbursements:

We will organise the trip for you!

The mobility is implemented in the frame of the Erasmus+ Programme. The costs  – including costs of full-board and accommodation during the program – will be covered by the organisers.

Participants are expected to cover insurance and any additional personal expenses.

If the participant fails to attend the event the organizers shall be compelled to charge him/her for any travel expenses covered by the organizers.

Participants Profile:

  • aged 18+
  • Youth workers
  • able to communicate in English,
  • motivated to meet people from different countries, explore topics related to the environment and engage in climate activism.
  • motivated to share and enhance new approaches, insights & practices for green (youth) event organising.
  • motivation to take part in a mutual learning process in a very intercultural setting;
  • sufficient level of English to follow the training and to contribute to it;
  • wish and ability to participate fully in the event;
  • demonstrate respect and diversity of backgrounds within the group

 

To bring

– Materials for intercultural evening: please bring food, drinks, music, or anything you find

relevant to present your culture and/or country during the intercultural evening.

– Flyers, small information packs to represent any initiative or organisation for networking.

– Health insurance documents: the health/ travel insurance is in the responsibility of the

participants, make sure you are covered during your stay in Romania!

– Extra warm clothes and hiking shoes, layers, scarf, hat, gloves for outdoor activities.

– your own towel and toiletry, swimming suit for the sauna

Registration form HERE.

Project coordinator:

Ádám Erőss

Tel: +36 30 350 6805

E-mail: adam.eross@meout.org

Deadline: ASAP

Only selected participants will be contacted!

YOUth take the LEAD

Project number: 2022-1-HU01-KA210-YOU-82195

Youth Exchange

February 23-29, 2024

Tornaľa, Slovakia

Intro:

Welcome to “YOUth Take the LEAD,” an international mobility project of GYEEK Club Szeged with the cooperation of BODRUNG, designed to empower young people to become active contributors to society through the promotion of active citizenship and increased youth participation. This initiative recognizes the crucial role that young individuals play in shaping the future and aims to provide them with the tools, knowledge, and experiences needed to take the lead in their communities.

Objectives:

  • Foster Active Citizenship:
    • Equip participants with an understanding of the concept of active citizenship.
    • Encourage a sense of responsibility towards community and society.
  • Enhance Youth Participation:
    • Develop skills and knowledge that enable young people to actively engage in civic life.
    • Explore various forms of participation, including social, cultural, and political involvement.
  • Promote Cross-Cultural Understanding:
    • Facilitate international mobility experiences to broaden perspectives and promote cultural exchange.
    • Encourage dialogue and collaboration among participants from diverse backgrounds.
  • Develop Leadership Skills:
    • Provide opportunities for participants to develop leadership qualities.
    • Empower young individuals to initiate positive change in their communities.
  • Create Sustainable Networks:
    • Foster long-lasting connections among participants and partner organizations.
    • Establish a network of young leaders committed to promoting active citizenship.

Description:

‘YOUth Take the Lead,’  project originates from a local-level need to involve a greater number of young people in organisational activities, especially in small and challenging contexts. Recognizing the effectiveness of small-scale projects in rural and marginalised areas, the project aims to address the lack of youth participation procedures in these communities. Emphasising a gradual involvement strategy, the project seeks to guide participants with less experience and overcome language barriers, ensuring comfort in expressing opinions. The project’s funding importance lies in addressing the actual needs of rural areas, where young people are seen as the driving force of innovation and future leadership. A local survey conducted by partner organisations highlights the community’s desire for increased youth activism, environmental awareness, and a scarcity of related activities. The project’s significance extends to both local and European levels, fostering community development and ensuring that these communities are not left behind in global transition processes.

Join us on this exciting journey as we empower YOUth to take the lead in building a more active, engaged, and inclusive society!

Participating organisations and number of participants:

COUNTRYNUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
Hungary6
Romania8
Slovakia8
TOTAL22

Target Group of the Project:

The project is designed for:

  • Young People (18-30 years old):
    • Enthusiastic individuals eager to make a positive impact in their communities.
    • Those interested in developing leadership skills and promoting active citizenship.
    • Professionals working with young people, aiming to enhance their ability to guide and support youth initiatives.
    • Those committed to fostering a culture of active citizenship within their organisations.
    • Individuals representing local organisations or community groups interested in collaborating with young leaders.
    • Those dedicated to creating opportunities for youth participation in community development.

Accomondation and Food:

Participants will stay in an accommodation at Tornaľa, Slovakia in 2-3-4 bedded rooms at Tornaljai Evangélikus Konferencia és Missziói Központ (https://tornalja.lutheran.hu/).

The bathrooms and toilets are shared.

Bed linens are provided. Please bring your own towels.

Breakfasts, lunches, dinners  per day will be provided by the organisers.

Financial Conditions/ Reimbursements:

We will organise the trip for you!

The mobility is implemented in the frame of the Erasmus+ Programme. The costs  – including costs of full-board and accommodation during the program – will be covered by the organisers.

Participants are expected to cover insurance and any additional personal expenses.

If the participant fails to attend the event the organizers shall be compelled to charge him/her for any travel expenses covered by the organizers.

Participants Profile:

  • aged 18+
  • Youth workers
  • able to communicate in English,
  • motivated to meet people from different countries, explore topics related to the environment and engage in climate activism.
  • motivated to share and enhance new approaches, insights & practices for green (youth) event organising.
  • motivation to take part in a mutual learning process in a very intercultural setting;
  • sufficient level of English to follow the training and to contribute to it;
  • wish and ability to participate fully in the event;
  • demonstrate respect and diversity of backgrounds within the group

 

To bring

– Materials for intercultural evening: please bring food, drinks, music, or anything you find

relevant to present your culture and/or country during the intercultural evening.

– Flyers, small information packs to represent any initiative or organisation for networking.

– Health insurance documents: the health/ travel insurance is in the responsibility of the

participants, make sure you are covered during your stay in Slovakia!

– Extra warm clothes and shoes, layers, scarf, hat, gloves for outdoor activities.

– your own towel and toiletry

Registration form HERE.

Project coordinator:

Ádám Erőss

Tel: +36 30 350 6805

E-mail: adam.eross@meout.org

Deadline: ASAP

Only selected participants will be contacted!

YOUTH TAKE THE LEAD

Project number: 2022-1-HU01-KA210-YOU-82195
Youth Exchange

Intro:

Welcome to “YOUth Take the Lead,” an international mobility project of GYEEK Club Szeged, designed to empower young people to become active contributors to society through the promotion of active citizenship and increased youth participation. This initiative recognizes the crucial role that young individuals play in shaping the future and aims to provide them with the tools, knowledge, and experiences needed to take the lead in their communities.

Objectives:

Foster Active Citizenship:

Equip participants with an understanding of the concept of active citizenship.

Encourage a sense of responsibility towards community and society.

Enhance Youth Participation:

Develop skills and knowledge that enable young people to actively engage in civic life.

Explore various forms of participation, including social, cultural, and political involvement.

Promote Cross-Cultural Understanding:

Facilitate international mobility experiences to broaden perspectives and promote cultural exchange.

Encourage dialogue and collaboration among participants from diverse backgrounds.

Develop Leadership Skills:

Provide opportunities for participants to develop leadership qualities.

Empower young individuals to initiate positive change in their communities.

Create Sustainable Networks:

Foster long-lasting connections among participants and partner organizations.

Establish a network of young leaders committed to promoting active citizenship.

Intro:

‘YOUth Take the Lead,’  project originates from a local-level need to involve a greater number of young people in organisational activities, especially in small and challenging contexts. Recognizing the effectiveness of small-scale projects in rural and marginalised areas, the project aims to address the lack of youth participation procedures in these communities. Emphasising a gradual involvement strategy, the project seeks to guide participants with less experience and overcome language barriers, ensuring comfort in expressing opinions. The project’s funding importance lies in addressing the actual needs of rural areas, where young people are seen as the driving force of innovation and future leadership. A local survey conducted by partner organizations highlights the community’s desire for increased youth activism, environmental awareness, and a scarcity of related activities. The project’s significance extends to both local and European levels, fostering community development and ensuring that these communities are not left behind in global transition processes.

Participating organisations and number of participants:

COUNTRYNUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
Hungary6
Romania8
Slovakia8
TOTAL22

Target Group of the Project:

Young People (18-30 years old)

Enthusiastic individuals eager to make a positive impact in their communities

Those interested in developing leadership skills and promoting active citizenship.

Professionals working with young people, aiming to enhance their ability to guide and support youth initiatives.

Those committed to fostering a culture of active citizenship within their organisations.

Individuals representing local organisations or community groups interested in collaborating with young leaders.

Those dedicated to creating opportunities for youth participation in community development.

Accomondation and Food:

Participants will stay in an accommodation at Balatonszárszó, Hungary in 2-3-4-5 bedded rooms at Evangelikus Konferencia és Missziói Központ (https://szarszo.lutheran.hu).

Each room has a private bathroom and toilet.
Bed linens are provided. Please bring your own towels.
Breakfasts, lunches, dinners  per day will be provided by the organisers.

 

Financial Conditions/ Reimbursements:

We will organise the trip for you!

The mobility is implemented in the frame of the Erasmus+ Programme. The costs  – including costs of full-board and accommodation during the program – will be covered by the organisers.

Participants are expected to cover insurance and any additional personal expenses.

If the participant fails to attend the event the organizers shall be compelled to charge him/her for any travel expenses covered by the organizers.

Checklist / What to do & what to bring:

  • Materials for intercultural evening: please bring food, drinks, music, or anything you find relevant to present your culture and/or country during the intercultural evening.
  • Flyers, small information packs to represent any initiative or organisation for networking.
  • Health insurance documents: the health/ travel insurance is in the responsibility of the participants, make sure you are covered during your stay in Hungary!
  • Extra warm clothes and shoes, layers, scarf, hat, gloves for outdoor activities.
  • your own towel and toiletry, swimming suit for the sauna
  • Dont forget to fill out the registration form.

Application deadline: ASAP!

Contacts:

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